The Pay for Success (PFS) movement has spread to countries around the world. Each country has done PFS for slightly different reasons. For example: in the United Kingdom, PFS has generally angled as a way to get ‘more for less’, whereas in the US, PFS has been viewed by many as a way to test and scale up innovative social programs.
I grew up in Singapore and Hong Kong, and have spent the past two years executing PFS projects around the US. I believe that PFS could provide a unique value
Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc. (Third Sector) Board of Directors formally announced today new roles for co-founders Caroline Whistler and George Overholser.
Beginning March 15, 2017, Caroline Whistler will be promoted to President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and George Overholser will transition from his current role as CEO to Board Chair.
Whistler and Overholser, along with Third Sector board member Drew von Glahn, established the organization in 2011 to accelerate America’s transition to a performance-driven social sector. As leading innovators and implementers in the field of outcomes-based social policy, Third Sector
At Third Sector, we believe that our value-based approach is integrally tied to our success. We often find it difficult to explain what we do without also explaining how we do it. Each of our engagements with governments, service providers, funders, and other stakeholders is shaped by our culture, and nothing explains our culture better than our mission and values.
Third Sector’s mission, to accelerate America’s transition to a performance-driven social sector, does more than simply set out what we are trying to do. More importantly, it implies three crucial points that
Third Sector and Stanford are pleased to announce that application materials for the Administrative Data Pilot are now live! The Application Guide, Application Form, and a list of Frequently Asked Questions are now available for interested potential applicants and other parties.
Applications are due February 17th. The project webpage has also been updated with links to these materials.
Don’t forget about the second informational webinar, scheduled for January 18, 2017 at 11:30 AM PST, where Third Sector and Stanford will review the application materials and answer questions from potential applicants. Interested parties may register for the